KEEPING IT REEL 

Close to 600 illegal copies of newly released films such as Madagascar, The Longest Yard, and Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith were recently confiscated by the Shelby County Sheriff¹s Department. Investigators believe the movies, which were being sold out of an SUV and a bookstore in South Memphis, were copies from master reels.

News of the bust came as a terrible shock to dozens of crackheads who have camped out for months, each hoping to be the first indigent to see the final installment of the Star Wars saga. ‹ Chris Davis Plante: How It Looks

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